#1
Hey,

I just got an ESP/LTD M-200UC guitar from trade. It has a Floyd Rose Tremolo type bridge and it IS an amazing guitar, but whenever I hit an E5 chord and stop the sound really abruptly after hitting the chord, there is this reverb-like ring that comes from the GUITAR, not the amp as the reverb on the amp is turned to zero. Is there any way that I can stop this ringing sound? Thanks.

Skylar
#4
Turn your amp up.
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#6
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Turn your amp up.



My Strat does it too. I've just ignored it, honestly. Never really have time to pad the springs. But that's what you need to do.

EDIT: You need to pad the SPRINGS not the strings. Your tremolo springs. They're vibrating and causing the squeal. Padding the springs won't muffle your tone.
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